Zhang Yong Ming is a Chinese serial killer that is also known as the “Cannibal Monster” for mutilating the body parts of his victims, consuming their flesh (either by feeding it to his dogs or selling it to the market) and keeping their eyes on a bottle of wine.
Zhang Yong Ming has confessed of murdering around 11 males between the periods of March 2008-April 2012. It is said that he fed his dog with flesh from his victims. He also sold part of those flesh to the market telling them that it was an ostrich meat. Zhang Yong Ming was executed on January 10, 2013.
Prior to this incident, Zhang Yong Ming was already arrested and sentenced to death in 1979. But his sentenced had been reduced and was eventually released on September of 1997. He was also given a piece of land near the village of Nanmen, probably to start anew. But they were wrong to even set him free.
On the early parts of May 2012, the Secretary of the Public Security aroused a suspicion on the increasing number of young men missing in the province of Yunnan. He immediately formed a team to sent to the province and investigate the matter. Han Yao, a 19-year-old guy, one of the recorded missing people was proven to be murdered.
The team soon found out that there has been an increasing attack on the road to Zhang Yong Ming’s house. There has been also a deliberate attempt to destroy the evidence by burning, dismembering or burying. The villagers also claimed that one time they saw a garbage bag hanging outside their home and saw a human bone protruding outside of the garbage bag.
The authorities searched the house of Zhang Yong Ming and found eyeballs preserved inside a bottle of wine. Though he confessed to murdering the 11 boys, he never showed any sign of remorse for the crime that he committed. He even refused to apologize to the families of the victims. Some police officers were also penalized upon proven that they neglected their duty during the murder.